Open Government

The City of Irving is committed to fostering open, transparent, and accessible city government, and recognizes that by sharing data freely, the City will generate opportunities for increased civic engagement, economic development, and commerce. The goals of the City's open government initiative are to improve transparency and public access to information, provide timely access to city data, and increase coordination between city departments, residents, visitors, businesses, and other stakeholders.

Open Data Portal

open data 3 Opens in new window
Explore various datasets and interactive maps on the City's open data portal, located on ArcGIS Hub. You can view and download tabular data, interact with and filter maps, and even use the data to create your own maps.

Additional Resources and Data

Open Records ProcessOpen Records Circle Opens in new windowView information about how to submit open records requests to the City Secretary's Office.

Court Docket/Case Recordsundefined Opens in new windowExplore Municipal Court's portal, where you can view upcoming court dockets and search cases.

Check RegistersExplore the City's expenditures for both the current and previous fiscal years.

Archived Reportsarchived reports 1 circle Opens in new windowView a range of archived reports, including Annual Comprehensive Financial Reports, budgets, city briefs, and police and fire annual reports.

Financial TransparencyFinancial Plan Circle Opens in new windowExplore the City's budget and finance documents, including the annual budget, the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report, debt reports, tax information, etc.

Performance MetricsView Key Performance Indicators for the City's organizational strategy, Future in Focus.

American Rescue Plan ActARPAView the City of Irving's American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) allocation and expenditures to date.

Smart City InitiativeSmart City Circle Opens in new windowExplore Irving's smart city initiative, Irving Connects. View the Irving Connects roadmap and progress on goals.